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How social entrepreneurship solve social problems and difference between social entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship?

How social entrepreneurship solve social problems and difference between social entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship?

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Social entrepreneurship, in my experience best solves problems when it is objective, devoid of cultural implications . It must recognize country, government and economic factors that drive business success, but it becomes diluted in its problem solving capacity if it ventures too far into cultural unique domains. It has as a principle objective making profit for the ownership that allows for reinvestment and growth.

Cultural entrepreneurship in my experience best solves problems when it is applied in a social-economic manner. It often involves cultural identity in its business activity and has as its objectives benefiting society and human progress as a whole. I have found it is populated to a major extent by non-profit organizations, religious groups and philanthropic contributors. It is often supported by government grants due to the nature of its pursuits.

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Social entrepreneurship addresses social problems by leveraging entrepreneurial principles and techniques to create sustainable, innovative solutions. Here's how social entrepreneurship helps in solving social issues: Cultural entrepreneurship, on the other hand, involves leveraging cultural assets, heritage, or creativity for economic and social development. Cultural entrepreneurs may focus on preserving and promoting cultural traditions, arts, crafts, or other aspects of cultural heritage while also generating economic value and contributing to community development. While there can be overlaps between social entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship, the primary focus and methods employed may differ. Cultural entrepreneurship may not always directly address social issues but can contribute to community identity, economic development, and cultural preservation.

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